9 GHz Search & Rescue Radar Transponder (SART) is a self-contained, waterproof radar transponder intended for emergency use at sea. The radar-SART is used to locate a survival craft or distressed vessel by creating a series of dots on a rescuing ship’s radar display. A SART will only respond to a 9 GHz X-band (3 cm wavelength) radar. It will not be seen on S-band (10 cm) or other radar. Shipboard Global Maritime Distress Safety System (GMDSS) include one or more search and rescue locating devices.
Complied with related IMO/GMDSS requirements.
Designed for reliable operation in the roughest of marine environments.
Lightweight and rugged construction is suitable for placing at life rafts.
Complete set with a life raft mounting kit.
Efficiently assisting ship or survival craft rescue operations.
Compact and Light, suitable for placing at Life raft.
Operates on 9 GHz (3cm) Radar Band.
Designed for Roughest of Marine Environment.
5 Years Battery Life
Frequency : 9.2 ~9.5 GHz
Polarization : Horizontal
Vertical beam width : +12.5 Degrees
Azimuthal beam width : Omnidirectional to ±2dB
Radiated power : > 400mW (+26dBm)
Form of sweep : Sawtooth(12 sweeps)
Pulse emission : < 100μS Forward sweep time : 7.5μS ± 1μS Return sweep time : 0.4μS ± 0.1μS Recovery time : < 10μS Response time : < 0.5μS Effective sensitivity : better than -50dBm Duration of operation : 96 hours in standby condition followed by a minimum 8 hours of transmissin while being continuously interrograted by an X-band radar with a pulse repetition frequency of 1KHz at extreme temperatures. Battery life : 5 years Temperature range : Operating -20°C to 55°C, Storage -30°C to 65°C